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Please make hi res output support the samsung galaxy j7 00f because when i turn that active it stops all playings like audio and video and automatically restarts my device,so please make it support,Thank you

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Saludos,

@maxmp Gracias por su enorme esfuerzo en que Poweramp siga siendo lo mejor de lo mejor en su categoría de verdad gracias por compartirlo con todos nosotros, como vereis por medio de PA el hardware y software adecuado, puedo disfrutar de una nativa Hi-Res™ de 32-bit, 192Khz en Android 9.0 con una capa de personalización EMUI 9.0.0.

Que suene la música!! en Poweramp.

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@maxmp  Thank you for your great effort in that Poweramp remains the best of the best in its category of truth thanks for sharing with all of us, as you will see through PA hardware and software suitable, I can enjoy a native Hi-Res ™ 32-bit , 192Khz on Android 9.0 with a customization layer EMUI 9.0.0.

Sound the music! In Poweramp.

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I can confirm that high res audio is working perfectly on my LeEco le 2 running smallEUI v3. It uses a typec to 3.5mm adapter. I am using the latest build 811 from play store.

 

Supported format: 24-bit, 192 khz. High res audio works both with/without DVC. Awesome work @maxmp

 

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what makes it work or not? 

people have reported that OnePlus One and Oneplus 3t its working. 

But not on OnePlus 5 (stock OOS 8.1, snapdragon 835)  nor OnePlus 6.

 

On my OPO5, stuck at ''actual : 48khz'', slected 192khz'', and sound is cutting when enabled. 

 

 

edit  : nm, viper4android was overtaking it. 

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You can add the Poco/PocoPhone F1 to the list of supported devices as you can see. If I need it or not is a different story lol All my music I carry on my phone is in 44.1/48KHZ 320BPS MP3 format. My headphones (1More Triple Driver In-Ear Headphones) are Hi-Res compatible though so I can hear a difference but I'm not that clued up on audio engineering so don't know what settings to have. For the purpose of the screenshot I have set it to 192KHZ to show that that's as far as it goes (I have it set to 48KHZ when listening to music). Where is the best place to figure out to get the best settings? 

 

EDIT: Forgot to add I'm on MIUI 10.1.3.0 stable ROM . It's a half arsed ROM by Xiaomi where they have mixed some lib libraries from an Oreo ROM into this so called Pie ROM 

What I have noticed with the settings shown below that when I increase or decrease the volume it does take time to catch up. I don't know if this is a fault with the app or the ROM 

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54 minutes ago, Reborn.N said:

You can add the Poco/PocoPhone F1 to the list of supported devices as you can see. If I need it or not is a different story lol All my music I carry on my phone is in 44.1/48KHZ 320BPS MP3 format. My headphones (1More Triple Driver In-Ear Headphones) are Hi-Res compatible though so I can hear a difference but I'm not that clued up on audio engineering so don't know what settings to have. For the purpose of the screenshot I have set it to 192KHZ to show that that's as far as it goes (I have it set to 48KHZ when listening to music). Where is the best place to figure out to get the best settings? 

I am not an audio engineer but from what I understand, increasing the resolution enabled the player to take more detail from the audio track and turn it to sound. It's like increasing the bandwidth on an Internet connection. If you have a large file to download and limited time to do it, the only way to get the file is to increase the size of your pipe (connection speed). That's the same with audio. If your phone supports high resolution output, leave it enabled. The cost in terms of resources (RAM and CPU cycles) is negligible and you'll get better sound for most of your tracks. The easiest files to test this are lossless tracks and higher quality lossy tracks like your 320kbps tracks.

 

Anybody correct me if I'm wrong. The lesson in how audio works will be much welcome.

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24 minutes ago, GeekInProgress said:

I am not an audio engineer but from what I understand, increasing the resolution enabled the player to take more detail from the audio track and turn it to sound. It's like increasing the bandwidth on an Internet connection. If you have a large file to download and limited time to do it, the only way to get the file is to increase the size of your pipe (connection speed). That's the same with audio. If your phone supports high resolution output, leave it enabled. The cost in terms of resources (RAM and CPU cycles) is negligible and you'll get better sound for most of your tracks. The easiest files to test this are lossless tracks and higher quality lossy tracks like your 320kbps tracks.

 

Anybody correct me if I'm wrong. The lesson in how audio works will be much welcome.

I can understand that lol It does sound better when enabled though but it's the KHZ part that confuses me. If an audio file is only encoded to 48KHZ (16bit) and you upscale it to 192KHZ (24bit) then what effect does that have on the sound? 

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18 minutes ago, GeekInProgress said:

That's a question for the pros. I just said what I thought I knew. Let me head off to the web to do some googling 😁

Sorry

 

Note to Max: I have a feeling this should work on the Xiaomi M8 series also as that shares the same hardware as my PocoPhone F1

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6 minutes ago, Laros said:

My device redmi 5plus

Only 16bit lolIMG_20181225_184942.thumb.jpg.c72cf486f503e7710d63f282a51ed9ff.jpg

How do you see that output in the screenshot? I don't know how to do it 

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4 minutes ago, Reborn.N said:

How do you see that output in the screenshot? I don't know how to do it 

Tap n hold

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So I tried Poweramp again with Hi-Res on with MIUI 10 Beta 10.8.12.20 ROM and I don't hear a difference. So my guess is it only works with the stable ROM even though it says it's working while on beta 

EDIT: Forgot to say I'm still using a PocoPhone F1 

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The Hi-Res Output, Wired Headset/Aux works amazing and perfect so far on Asus Zenfone AR, ASUS_A002A, Android 7.0

I've only been using Poweramp for a few days and was getting very disappointed because the sound through my headset(as well as without) was terribly distorted until I tried the experimental Hi-Res Output.  This seems to be the only way I that my music sounds decent.  Is there a setting like a sound check that will make all of my music the same sound and level besides the Hi-Res?

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HTC U11+ running Android 8 stock ROM, Hi-Res working both with stock USB-C headphones and Bluetooth devices: sound quality definitively improved.

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On 1/23/2019 at 5:57 AM, nidaye said:

que tal huawei?

Salu2 

En ALP-L09 9.0.0.197 y Auriculares Huawei Hi-Res™ rula muy bien aunque tenemos problemas con varias build's o ROM con pantalla bloqueada no funciona bajar volumen (-vol)

In ALP-L09 9.0.0.197 and Huawei Hi-Res ™ headphones Rula very well although we have problems With several of build's or ROM with screen blocked does not work volume Down (-vol)

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16 hours ago, Franc1sc0 said:

Salu2 

En ALP-L09 9.0.0.197 y Auriculares Huawei Hi-Res™ rula muy bien aunque tenemos problemas con varias build's o ROM con pantalla bloqueada no funciona bajar volumen (-vol)

In ALP-L09 9.0.0.197 and Huawei Hi-Res ™ headphones Rula very well although we have problems With several of build's or ROM with screen blocked does not work volume Down (-vol)

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MHA-AL00 9.0.1.105 unable to find headphone options under hi-res。

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5 hours ago, nidaye said:

MHA-AL00 9.0.1.105 no puede encontrar opciones de auriculares en alta resolución。

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Saludos, 

en la captura tuya, ya que no hablo ni leo tu idioma, solo puedo decirte que a traves de la salida USB-DAC es la salida que deberas usar si conectas unos auriculares con conexión USB-C (como los C33 de Huawei) estos son de low-cost, Hi-Res™ y suenan bastante bien, si la primera opción es la de los auriculares cableados/AUX, esta seria la salida del jack 3,5 que no se si tu terminal la tendra, el mio si y debo decirte que en algunas versiones de Poweramp, no la tenia operativa desde la salida de Hi-Res, ahora como veras en las capturas mias si esta, pero darle tiempo si algo aun no va todo lo fino que tiene que ir, es porque @maxmp estará probando para mejorarlo y fijarlo en próximas build's.

PD: ojo con la frecuencia de muestreo, para Hi-Res esta deberá estar por encima de los 48Khz, en la última actualización se queda una nueva configuración activada(definida por el dispositivo) y habrá que cambiarla.

Greetings,

in capturing yours, since I do not speak or read your language, I can only tell you that through the USB output-DAC is the output you should use if you connect some headphones with USB-C connection (such as Huawei C33) are low-cost, Hi-Res ™ and sound pretty good , if the first option is the headphones wired/AUX This would be the output of the Jack 3.5 not if your terminal will have, mine if and I must tell you that in some versions of Poweramp was not operational since the output of Hi-Res now as you see in the Catch mine If this, but give it time if something still not going as fine as it has to go, is because @maxmp will be trying to improve it and fix it in next Build's.

PD:Eye with the sampling frequency, for Hi-Res This should be above the 48Khz in the last update is left a new configuration Actctivada (defined by the device) and will have to change it.

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3 hours ago, Franc1sc0 said:

Saludos, 

en la captura tuya, ya que no hablo ni leo tu idioma, solo puedo decirte que a traves de la salida USB-DAC es la salida que deberas usar si conectas unos auriculares con conexión USB-C (como los C33 de Huawei) estos son de low-cost, Hi-Res™ y suenan bastante bien, si la primera opción es la de los auriculares cableados/AUX, esta seria la salida del jack 3,5 que no se si tu terminal la tendra, el mio si y debo decirte que en algunas versiones de Poweramp, no la tenia operativa desde la salida de Hi-Res, ahora como veras en las capturas mias si esta, pero darle tiempo si algo aun no va todo lo fino que tiene que ir, es porque @maxmp estará probando para mejorarlo y fijarlo en próximas build's.

PD: ojo con la frecuencia de muestreo, para Hi-Res esta deberá estar por encima de los 48Khz, en la última actualización se queda una nueva configuración activada(definida por el dispositivo) y habrá que cambiarla.

Greetings,

in capturing yours, since I do not speak or read your language, I can only tell you that through the USB output-DAC is the output you should use if you connect some headphones with USB-C connection (such as Huawei C33) are low-cost, Hi-Res ™ and sound pretty good , if the first option is the headphones wired/AUX This would be the output of the Jack 3.5 not if your terminal will have, mine if and I must tell you that in some versions of Poweramp was not operational since the output of Hi-Res now as you see in the Catch mine If this, but give it time if something still not going as fine as it has to go, is because @maxmp will be trying to improve it and fix it in next Build's.

PD:Eye with the sampling frequency, for Hi-Res This should be above the 48Khz in the last update is left a new configuration Actctivada (defined by the device) and will have to change it.

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